Cookies and Privacy
A cookie is a text file stored on the computer of anyone using the net. It allows website developers to keep user data in order to improve navigation and to allow certain features to function.
Cookies can be used to keep information concerning the web user while they are navigating on the site but also through several visits.
Above all they permit:
- the display of a header alerting to the presence of cookies when next you visit the site, and your right to allow or refuse them;
- To optimise your search preferences and to facilitate your browsing experience during a session;
- To establish statistical information on the use made and frequency of visits to the site and to improve the utilisation, routing and browser functions that are proposed.
The present Site is edited by Cabinet Omnès, of Maître Armelle Omnès inscribed at the Barreau of Rennes (the Bar of Rennes) of which the registered office is at 78c rue Saint-Hélier, 35000 Rennes, France
The author of the site is Maître Armelle Omnès.
The information contained in the Site is not in any manner to be construed as a sales attempt, a proposal of a personalised service or of legal services given, on a legal or financial matter, and consequently cannot be used as a substitute for a legal or financial consultation.
The Cabinet is held by a simple obligation of best efforts concerning the information that is made available to persons visiting the Site.
While we have made every effort to assure ourselves of the reliability of the information contained in the Site, the Cabinet cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the resulting consequences that may occur through the use of this information.
In consequence, the User who becomes aware of information on the Site takes full responsibility for all uses to which it can be put. The User in particular is responsible for verifying or having verified, by the lawyer of their choosing, that the information thus collected is suitable to their personal situation.
The contents of the Site, namely the general structure, images, audio and text of which the Site is composed are the exclusive property of the Cabinet. Any total or partial reproduction of the Site and its contents, by whatever method employed, without the prior explicit permission of the Cabinet is forbidden and would constitute piracy sanctioned by articles L335-2 and following of the Code de la Propriété intellectuelle (copyright)
The Cabinet is only liable for the contents of the pages it edits.
The Cabinet can in no circumstance be held responsible for any type of prejudice that may occur to the User's computer system and/or the loss of data resulting from the use of the Site by the User.
Furthermore, the User also recognises that the characteristics and limitations of the internet network do not guarantee the availability and good functioning of the Site. In consequence, the Cabinet does not guarantee that the Site will function without interruption or errors.
Accordingly the following is specified:
- The Site is accessible 24 hours a day and 7 days a week except in the case of Act of God, or any event out of the control of the Cabinet,
- The Cabinet may be obliged to interrupt access to all or part of the Site, to some of all of the Users, on a temporary basis for maintenance reasons and to sustain the correct functioning of the Site, without warning, and without this interruption occasioning any form of right to redress for the User.
The internet being accessible to all and, notably, to persons with harmful intentions, the User recognises that the Cabinet cannot guarantee the secrecy of communications exchanged, by the means put in place by the User.
The User declares to be fully informed of the intrinsic characteristics of the internet and notably of the fact that the transmission of data over the internet is only relatively trustworthy, that they circulate on all types of networks of varying character and capacity, which are sometimes saturated at certain periods of the day, in such a manner as to impact on download times or on the accessing of data, and that the internet is an open network and, that in consequence, the information that it disseminates is not protected against the risk of misappropriation, intrusion into the User's system, the hacking of personal data, programmes and files in the User's system, from contamination by computer viruses, and that it is the responsibility of the User to take all the appropriate measures in order to protect the User's data, files or programmes stored on the User's system against the contamination by viruses as well as attempts to intrude into the User's system.
An appeal to a mediator is possible and recommended in the case of litigation, before considering engaging a legal action.
The mediator for Avocats is:
Jérôme Hercé, mediator for the users of the profession of Avocat
Postal address: 180 boulevard Haussmann, 75008 Paris
Website : https://mediateur-consommation-avocat.fr
PROTECTION OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA
The personal data of the users of the Site are collected, principally by means of "online" forms and treated by the Cabinet acting in the capacity of the curator under the conditions laid down by the law n°78-17 of 6th January 1978 relative to computerisation, to files and modified rights and the EU rule 2016/679 of 27th April 2016 relative to the protection of personal data.
The Cabinet collects and treats personal data according to the consent given by the users who have the intention to receive information from the Cabinet.
This treatment is, by consequence, exclusively with the aim to exchange information with the Cabinet.
The Cabinet does not transmit personal data to any third party.
The Cabinet does not keep this personal data beyond the time necessary to carry out the operations for which the personal data has been collected, and doing so respecting the rules in force, that is until the User expressly requires that personal data be deleted.
The Cabinet ensures the security of the User's personal data by putting in place data protection methods enhanced by physical and electronically secure means.
The User enjoys the right to access, to correct, to delete, to limit treatment, to retract their consent, to portability, as well as the right to oppose the treatment of their personal data. The User also has the right to present the Cabinet with instructions, general or particular, relative to the conservation, to the deletion and the communication of the User's personal data after their death.
Finally, the User can file a complaint with the Commission Nationale de l'informatique et de Libertés (CNIL) National Commission of data processing and liberties.